Alfred Robison Department of Physiology and Neuroscience Program, Michigan State University, USA
2 protocols

Michelle Mazei-Robison Department of Physiology and Neuroscience Program, Michigan State University, USA
1 protocol

Hongbing Wang Department of Physiology and Neuroscience Program, Michigan State University, USA
1 protocol
Arnau Busquets-Garcia NeuroCentre Magendie
4 protocols

Geoffrey Lau City University of Hong Kong
11 protocols

Andrew L. Eagle
  • Michigan State University
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • 2 Author merit


Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, Central Michigan University, 2010

Current position

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, USA

Publications (since 2013)

  1. Perrine, S. A., Eagle, A. L., George, S. A., Mulo, K., Kohler, R. J., Gerard, J., Harutyunyan, A., Hool, S. M., Susick, L. L., Schneider, B. L., Ghoddoussi, F., Galloway, M. P., Liberzon, I. and Conti, A. C. (2016). Severe, multimodal stress exposure induces PTSD-like characteristics in a mouse model of single prolonged stress. Behav Brain Res 303: 228-237.
  2. Eagle, A. L., Gajewski, P. A., Yang, M., Kechner, M. E., Al Masraf, B. S., Kennedy, P. J., Wang, H., Mazei-Robison, M. S. and Robison, A. J. (2015). Experience-Dependent Induction of Hippocampal ΔFosB Controls Learning. J Neurosci 35(40): 13773-13783.
  3. Bosse, K. E., Charlton, J. L., Susick, L. L., Newman, B., Eagle, A. L., Mathews, T. A., Perrine, S. A. and Conti, A. C. (2015). Deficits in behavioral sensitization and dopaminergic responses to methamphetamine in adenylyl cyclase 1/8-deficient mice. J Neurochem 135(6): 1218-1231.
  4. Vialou, V., Thibault, M., Kaska, S., Cooper, S., Gajewski, P., Eagle, A., Mazei-Robison, M., Nestler, E. J. and Robison, A. J. (2015). Differential induction of FosB isoforms throughout the brain by fluoxetine and chronic stress. Neuropharmacology 99: 28-37.
  5. Eagle, A. L., Singh, R., Kohler, R. J., Friedman, A. L., Liebowitz, C. P., Galloway, M. P., Enman, N. M., Jutkiewicz, E. M. and Perrine, S. A. (2015). Single prolonged stress effects on sensitization to cocaine and cocaine self-administration in rats. Behav Brain Res 284: 218-224.
  6. Eagle, A. L., Olumolade, O. O. and Otani, H. (2015). Partial dopaminergic denervation-induced impairment in stimulus discrimination acquisition in parkinsonian rats: a model for early Parkinson's disease. Neurosci Res 92: 71-79.
  7. Cates, H. M., Thibault, M., Pfau, M., Heller, E., Eagle, A., Gajewski, P., Bagot, R., Colangelo, C., Abbott, T., Rudenko, G., Neve, R., Nestler, E. J. and Robison, A. J. (2014). Threonine 149 phosphorylation enhances ΔFosB transcriptional activity to control psychomotor responses to cocaine. J Neurosci 34(34): 11461-11469.
  8. Eagle, A. L., Fitzpatrick, C. J. and Perrine, S. A. (2013). Single prolonged stress impairs social and object novelty recognition in rats. Behav Brain Res 256: 591-597.
  9. Eagle, A. L. and Perrine, S. A. (2013). Methamphetamine-induced behavioral sensitization in a rodent model of posttraumatic stress disorder. Drug Alcohol Depend 131(1-2): 36-43.
  10. Eagle, A. L., Knox, D., Roberts, M. M., Mulo, K., Liberzon, I., Galloway, M. P. and Perrine, S. A. (2013). Single prolonged stress enhances hippocampal glucocorticoid receptor and phosphorylated protein kinase B levels. Neurosci Res 75(2): 130-137.
2 Protocols published
Sucrose Preference Test to Measure Stress-induced Anhedonia
Authors:  Andrew L. Eagle, Michelle Mazei-Robison and Alfred J. Robison, date: 06/05/2016, view: 16455, Q&A: 2
The 2-bottle choice procedure for assessing sucrose preference is a useful test to investigate anhedonia (i.e., inability to feel pleasure) in laboratory rodents, particularly in stress-based models of depression. The 2-bottle choice ...
Sensitive Assessment of Hippocampal Learning Using Temporally Dissociated Passive Avoidance Task
Authors:  Andrew L. Eagle, Hongbing Wang and Alfred J. Robison, date: 06/05/2016, view: 3928, Q&A: 0
The temporally dissociated passive avoidance (TDPA) paradigm is a variant of passive avoidance testing, and allows for more sensitive investigation of mild impairments in avoidance learning. Passive avoidance learning measures the latency to enter a ...
1 Protocol reviewed
Assessing Classical Olfactory Fear Conditioning by Behavioral Freezing in Mice
Authors:  Jordan M. Ross and Max L. Fletcher, date: 09/20/2018, view: 634, Q&A: 0
Classical fear conditioning typically involves pairing a discrete cue with a foot shock. Quantifying behavioral freezing to the learned cue is a crucial assay for neuroscience studies focused on learning and memory. Many paradigms utilize discrete ...
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